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THE INVENTION OF PRINTING AND ITS FIVE-CENTURY PROGRESS. Principle Developed by Johann Gutenberg in Mainz in 1440 is Virtually the Same as Today by  Douglas McMURTRIE - Paperback - from Sainsburys Books Pty Ltd and Biblio.com

THE INVENTION OF PRINTING AND ITS FIVE-CENTURY PROGRESS. Principle Developed by Johann Gutenberg in Mainz in 1440 is Virtually the Same as Today

by McMURTRIE, Douglas

Condition: 8vo, 10pp, black and white illustrations. A very good stapled paperback copy. Minor damage to wrapper fold due to lower staple.


Privately Printed, New York, 1940. 8vo, 10pp, black and white illustrations. A very good stapled paperback copy. Minor damage to wrapper fold due to lower staple. Staples rusted. .
  • Bookseller: Sainsburys Books Pty Ltd AU (AU)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 109278
  • Title: THE INVENTION OF PRINTING AND ITS FIVE-CENTURY PROGRESS. Principle Developed by Johann Gutenberg in Mainz in 1440 is Virtually the Same as Today
  • Author: McMURTRIE, Douglas
  • Book condition: Used - 8vo, 10pp, black and white illustrations. A very good stapled paperback copy. Minor damage to wrapper fold due to lower staple.
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Privately Printed, New York, 1940
  • Bookseller catalogs: Books;

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